By David Jetuah
13 Oct 2008
Details of more than 100,000 company pensions have been stolen from a
Deloitte staffer after her laptop was snatched in a handbag theft.
The computer had the pension holders' names, National Insurance numbers
and salary details stored on it but Deloitte has said that there was a
'very very low' risk of anyone being able to access the information, The
Press Association reported.
Deloitte said in a statement: 'A handbag with a Deloitte laptop in it
was stolen from a public place in September. The laptop held information
which included employee details of individuals from a number of
Deloitte's clients. It did not include addresses or bank account
'The theft was immediately reported to the police and relevant clients
'The laptop was protected by a number of security measures, including
start up password, operating system user ID / password authentication
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